• I don't agree, if you shut your eyes and listen, it almost sounds like a daytime 'Funeral Direct' insurance ad, I was bored from the start.  Showed nothing about the product, just an attractive woman trying not to fall asleep. I just assumed they were talking about the inflight entertainmen...

  • Sorry, make that the 'mid 2000's'

  • Great stuff, but on the other hand, have we all forgotten the furore over the 'boxes' handed out in economy in the mid 200's? They were abysmal, and not even worth the effort. You had an airline who had the monopoly back then, with little competition (I.e. Virgin Blue a fully fledged lcc) and ser...

  • Air Koryo's new business class seats

    Oct 23, 2014, 08:36 AM

    Obviously there are no Aircraft fans on here. Must be all about the perks. I have yet to hear of an accident in recent times on this airline and judging by everything I have watched or read about this airline, the fleet is maticulously maintained and of course very low hours on these aircraft.&nb...

  • Passengers sue over first class loo

    Aug 15, 2014, 09:01 AM

    First world problems. If this is the worst that can happen then life must be very charmed. Any toilet other than my own home is 'public' and I avoid unless really needed. I can tell you that First/Business class pax still stink the place up just like those 'great unwashed' economy underlings that...

  • Try the Harbour Lights Hotel. Usually quite cheap for a modern room with kitchen, lounge end and right across from the Hilton. The views are spectacular. It's a couple of years ago though but it was probably the best value considering the location and it's newer and modern. Back then I got a $110...

  • Qantas has already sold off a few catering arms such as Cairns which is now Gate Gourmet.  I cannot understand why, when booking you don't have an option to pay an extra 20 bucks or so to have meals included. This would ensure no wastage and the costs are well covered (in economy anyways). I...

  • Rob Fyfe. Might teach Qantas to become innovative, engage staff, and get senior management working at the coal face of operations once a month to keep them 'in tune' rather then directing from the ivory tower.